"The basic problem of the newly-blinded adult is that of adjustment to life without sight; the work of the home teacher is to assist the newly-blinded in making this adjustment. The following exposition, then, presents the needs of the adult blind and the service which home teaching provides. The study will also record the theory and practice of these first thirty years and will conclude with an evaluation of any changed emphases or new trends in the home teaching service.
This research was performed pursuant to a grant with the Bureau of Education for the Handicapped, U.S. Office of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Grant Topic: Orientation and Mobility
College of Education at Oswego, July 5 - August 12, 1960. A summary report submitted to the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation of the United States Office of Health Education and Welfare Topic: Education
Revised 1975 U.S. Office of Education research grant #OEG-2-6-062289-1582-72-E7163. Use of the "Portable Audible Goal Locator" artificial sound source. "The purpose of this manual is to provide teachers of young visually handicapped students with a few selected activities which may be used to develop sound localization skills." - introduction Topics: Orientation and Mobility, Sensory Perception